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Specks of gold in this pastel green ceramic tile flooring lend just the right chic flair to an otherwise industrial showroom. Who doesn’t love a little gold?
Mosaic tiles in sandy hues make for a backsplash and bathroom with a casual beach ambiance with a sparkling presentation for your family and guest alike.
Marble-look ceramic tiles in a grid, diamond layout, and arabesque shapes create a minimalist—yet unmistakably luxurious—bathroom that creates a beautiful stage for the cabinetry and unique tub.
Creamy stone-look ceramic tile, black fixtures, and an ornate vanity combine to create a charming, romantic bathroom getaway that fits with a wide range of decor from modern to traditional.
Refined natural wood looks such as this one are trending. Ceramic tile allows you to create the look of any wood in any grain, color, size, or shape and also have the easy maintenance and durability of ceramic tile.
Gray wood-look ceramic tile reminds us of beachside boardwalks — the perfect addition for beach house interior decor. PLUS, ceramic tile’s water-resistance and scratch-resistance is just what you need to protect against what is tracked in from surfside.
Want to make a style statement in your kitchen? An Art Nouveau pattern is sure to turn eyes, and ceramic tile’s scratch, stain, and water resistance will ensure that it continues looking great for decades.
Opting for a pastel color scheme? This light wood-look ceramic tile pairs perfectly with textiles and accessories in light blues, pinks, and yellows — and with polka dots.
Looking for tile that pops? Modern tile manufacturing makes 3D tile designs like this glass-look tile possible. This double herringbone pattern creates even more interest for a unique installation.
What’s more eye-catching, the cupcakes or the multicolored mosaic tile backsplash in a brickwork pattern? The random color combination creates delicious interest for a one-of-a-kind look!
This space features textured ceramic tile in a herringbone pattern that stands out with a memorable style statement and stands up to just about anything.
For a modern interpretation of the classic black and white checkerboard flooring, swap black for gray and add a textured look to ceramic tile.
These multicolored textured ceramic tiles in a herringbone pattern provide all of the visual interest of carpet (and more), but none of carpet’s allergenicity concerns.
How many stone looks can you spot in this kitchen? We spy white marble-look ceramic tile on one counter, black granite-look ceramic tile on the other, and beige stone-look tiles on the chevron backsplash.
A subtle marble-look design on this beige ceramic tile will have you leaning in closer to admire the detail.
A unique herringbone pattern in multiple ceramic tile sizes set this floor apart from typical designs.
The clean lines of the modern counter in this kitchen contrast with the rustic flooring. Despite the wood look, this flooring is ceramic tile. Ceramic tile is an ideal flooring for kitchens with its easy-care maintenance and durable surface resistant to stains, scratches, and fading. Versatile ceramic tile marries the heritage of tile and the…